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Statistics of barcoding coverage

Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLD) Stats
Specimen Records:332
Specimens with Sequences:160
Specimens with Barcodes:154
Species:52
Species With Barcodes:32
Public Records:24
Public Species:4
Public BINs:8
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Andasta

Andasta is a genus of ray spider. It contains the following species:

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Ray spider

The ray spiders (family Theridiosomatidae) are spiders most recognizable for their construction of cone-shaped webs. As of 2008, the family consists of 75 species in 12 genera.

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Genera

The categorization into subfamilies follows Joel Hallan's Biology Catalog.

  • Ogulnius O. P.-Cambridge, 1882 — Central and South America, South Asia
  • Chthonos Coddington, 1986 — South Africa
  • Plato Coddington, 1986 — South America
  • Andasta Simon, 1895 — South Asia
  • Baalzebub Coddington, 1986 — Central and South Africa, Australia
  • Epilineutes Coddington, 1986 — Mexico to Brazil
  • Theridiosoma O. P.-Cambridge, 1879 — worldwide
  • Wendilgarda Keyserling, 1886 — Central to South America, Asia
  • Zoma Saaristo, 1996 — Seychelles

See also

References

  • B.J. Kaston (1972). How to Know the Spiders. Wm C. Brown Company Publishers.
  • Platnick, Norman I. (2008): The world spider catalog, version 8.5. American Museum of Natural History.
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